Map of Southwest National Park, TAS

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Southwest National Park covers an area of about 850,000 hectares and is located in the southeast of Australia. Southwest National Park is in TAS.

Towns, villages or cities in and around Southwest National Park include the village of Geeveston (show me), the village of Maydena (show me) and the village of Dover (show me).

Southwest National Park borders the following other reserves: State Forest, State Forest, Adamsfield Conservation Area, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Hartz Mountains National Park and Southwest Conservation Area.

There are 2 weather stations within Southwest National Park (ordered from north to south):

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Bonzle users have reported that Southwest National Park is a good place for bushwalking. Do you know of other recreational activities in Southwest National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

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Bathurst HarbourBathurst Harbour There are 9 places with pictures within Southwest National Park: Bathurst Harbour, Sentinel Range, Mount Hesperus, Arthur Range, Mount Eliza, Mount Anne, Precipitous Bluff, Adamsons Peak and South East Cape

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